William “Bill” H. Marty II, P.E.
Bill Marty leads the bridge division at Carpenter Marty Transportation, and has more than nineteen years of experience. He coordinates staffing, design efforts, project management and ensures that all projects meet the highest quality standards. Mr. Marty has a thorough background in bridge design, hydraulics, survey, roadway, and maintenance of traffic. Having a detailed understanding of these disciplines and the ODOT Project Development Process has allowed him to successfully meet demanding schedules while providing a thorough and accurate product. He has served as project manager on numerous bridge replacement/rehabilitation projects for ODOT, Ohio counties, and municipalities. In addition, he has managed multi-million dollar roadway realignments. One measure of his project management track record is his high ODOT evaluation scoring average of 85% after sixteen ODOT client evaluation scores; which is well above the state average.
Mr. Marty is certified as a Level II Bridge Engineer with the State of Ohio. He has designed the replacement or rehabilitation of over one hundred structures throughout the State of Ohio. In addition, he has inspected over one hundred and fifty structures ranging in complexity for ODOT. Mr. Marty has completed all ODOT required training courses in LRFD and has designed several new structures using this methodology. His extensive bridge design portfolio includes superstructure designs for prestressed concrete box beams and I-beams, haunch and constant depth steel girders, straight and curved steel rolled beams, cast-in-place post tension tub girders, as well as single and multiple span reinforced concrete slabs. His substructure design experience includes all standard pier and abutment types utilizing drilled shafts, spread footings, and cast-in-place and steel HP piling. Mr. Marty has a thorough understanding of FEMA floodplain coordination.
Kevin earned his Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University. He is a registered professional engineer in the State of Ohio, and a registered surveyor in both the State of Ohio and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Kevin P. Carpenter, P.E., P.S.
Kevin Carpenter has more than twenty-four years of experience in surveying, roadway engineering, utility engineering and right-of-way plan development. Mr. Carpenter manages all survey and roadway projects. Having a background in both survey and roadway gives him a unique understanding of the design process and the skills required to complete all aspects of a design project. As a project manager, Mr. Carpenter strives to provide seamless communication between team members, clients, and other affected parties. Throughout his career, Mr. Carpenter has worked on the design of more than one hundred infrastructure projects for ODOT, Ohio counties, and municipalities in more than half of Ohio’s eighty-eight counties. He has managed projects ranging from small culvert replacements to multi-lane urban freeway rehabilitations.
Mr. Carpenter is an advocate of infrastructure and the practice of engineering. He served for many years as a board member of the Central Ohio Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and he held the position of President of the local section in 2005-2006. He currently serves as a Regional Governor, a delegate to the Ohio Council of Local Sections of ASCE, and is the chairman of the State of Ohio Infrastructure Report Card. Mr. Carpenter is also active in the Professional Land Surveyors of Ohio, and currently serves on the Board of Zoning and Planning for his hometown of Upper Arlington, Ohio. From 2007 to 2009 he served on The Ohio State University Survey & Mapping Industry Advisory Board, when it was disbanded due to the elimination of the survey degree.
John earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky, and his Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering the The Ohio State University. He is a registered professional engineering in the State of Ohio and is a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer.
John J. Gallagher, P.E., P.T.O.E.
John Gallagher serves as the Director of Traffic and Planning Services at Carpenter Marty Transportation. He has more than twenty-eight years of professional experience and has been with the Carpenter Marty Transportation team for nine years. During Mr. Gallagher’s career, he has worked on more than 300 operational, safety, impact, and corridor studies, and has been the project manager for dozens of design projects. He has been involved in more than 175 signal and signal system designs, redesigns, and operational improvements, most of which involved total redesign of the intersection including new turn lanes, relocated approach legs, roundabouts, as well as signal interconnection and coordination. Several of these designs received safety funding through Mr. Gallagher’s efforts. Mr. Gallagher has produced, managed, or administered more than $125 million in traffic designs and operational studies. He is an expert in intersection design and operational planning, school traffic circulation and pedestrian safety. Traffic studies have been part of his daily career over the past decade, and he has been listed as engineer of record on hundreds of traffic studies related to traffic safety, development impacts, interchange modification studies, and feasible alternatives on planning projects.
Mr. Gallagher has been featured on all local Central Ohio news channels speaking on the impacts of road construction. He has published several documents covering operations, safety, intersection, maintenance of traffic, access management, as well as new methodologies and product evaluations related to transportation and traffic safety. His presentations have been featured at events such as the Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference, the ITE Great Lakes District Annual Meeting, ITE Ohio Chapter meetings, and the ASCE Central Ohio Section meetings. Mr. Gallagher has been very active in international and state ITE Chapters throughout his career. He served three years on the Ohio ITE Chapter's legislative committee, several years on the International Chapter's newsletter topics committee, and four years as an on the International Student Paper Awards evaluation committee. Additionally, he has served in all positions within the Ohio ITE Chapter, culminating as Chapter President in 2013.